. Foreign Affairs Advances Bill to Promote Democracy, Human Rights in Burma Press Release 05.17.18Media Contact 202-225-5021Washington, D.C. – Today, the House Foreign Affairs Committee, chaired by Rep. Ed Royce (R-CA), passed seven bipartisan m ...

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.PART (EIGHT)In his book, A Manual of Buddhism, Narada Theca writes- strictly speaking, Buddhism cannot be called a religion because it is not a system of faith and worship which emphasizes the existence of supernatural God. Absolutely right. Bu ...

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.PART [ Seven ]‘Evil often triumphs, but never conquers.’ (the bible-Roman’s XII-21) As the significance of ‘Roman’s XII-21 of the Bible trickles into my heart, I gradually feel relaxed. But I know very well that my feelings are fluctuating. To ...

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.Part [Six]Ithink almost everyone would be elated if he or she was regarded as a patriot. One should love one’s country. He or she should not be blamed for this. To some extent it would not be dangerous. The important thing, I believe, is not to ...

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.I N T E R V I E W .Ko Swe Win was strolling home after a dinner hosted by the United States Ambassador to Myanmar Scot Marciel when he was set upon by three thugs from the shadows. Shouting “Are you Swe Win?” they threatened to punch him. Lucki ...

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.Part [Five]I simply want to be rich. So also do you all. It is, I believe, very natural. Certainly no one wants to be poor. I must say that poverty is the most terrible disease of all. Now cheer up man, Deng Xioaping has joined us. He has even ...

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.The gloomy weather Has wreaked havoc in your heart Hasn't it ?Without sleet ? My paralyzed thoughts soared On the horizon ,Downward of the solitude sea .Don't ask me any more questions .For whatever reasons .In this seasonLet small wild flowers ...

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.Part [Three]By nature I am not very sociable. And I am not certain that sociability is a good thing. I believe that it is not necessary to be friendly with good-for-nothing people. Fortunately I am congenitally good at physiognomy. Sometimes a ...

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.PART TWOI know you have been taught to greet people by saying the word ‘Mingalaba’. Forget it. Burmese people never say ‘Mingalaba’ when they greet each other. It is merely a masked and ostentatious word. Some people desperately wanted to be ca ...

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